Nicoleta Raicu

Still can't tell exactly my origins because of my suspiciously ‘Chinese eyes’.

Cabbaggage’s Piano Album ‘Microscripts’ Has a Deeply Rooted Sense of Place

Cabbaggage is the solo project of Vancouver-based singer and songwriter Levi Taschuk. “Microscripts,” one of Cabbaggage‘s recent albums, is dedicated to Robert Walser, one of the most mysterious writers of his time. The album is a collection of thirteen instrumental piano tracks, which manage to be both experimental and comforting […]

Indie Pop Music @ Its Finest: Cha Wilde Shares New Album “Love & Freedom”

Indie pop singer-songwriter Cha Wilde has recently released her latest album, “Love & Freedom.” If you’ve read our review on “Wilde & Browne,” an album Wilde made with her partner, Davey Browne, and enjoyed delving into, you are well advised to listen to this eight-track album, too. Cha asks herself, […]

Sadness Reigns over CARVED INTO THE SUN’s “The Earth Fell Away”

Once we were besotted with post-rock, the genre became the new alternative culture. A form of groundbreaking music that none of us could take the ears and eyes off. For the uninitiated, which included me until I listened to this record, CARVED INTO THE SUN is a California-based instrumental post-rock/progressive […]

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